After giving each other a clumsy hi-give, the pair discussed various topics – including family, relationships, and the do's and don'ts of social media.
And when it came to the subject of Ripa posting "thirst trap" photos on Instagram of her husband – Mark Consuelos – their 19-year-old daughter strongly objected and facetiously commented:
You can watch the clip of their merry banter, below.
Lola continued expressing her aversion to seeing racy pics of her dad.
"I block that out of my mind. I forgot that you even did that. I don't even know if I follow you on Instagram still! I'm kidding, I would never."
Her comments followed a discussion about Ripa clapping back at haters on social media, who said:
"The one thing I learned about social media from my daughter is apparently I should not clap back. But I feel like the clap back is what people want."
Lola also bemoaned her mother's occasional posting of the "belfie" – a selfie of a person's butt – and how she ignores the "thirst trap" photos of her dad.
"I thought you were going to say I shouldn't post thirst trap pictures of your dad."
To which Lola remarked was "disgusting."
Here are some examples of Ripa's posts showing that – much like herself – the camera also seems to adore the hunky Riverdale actor.
Consuelos being shirtless was a common theme.
Daddy gives a shaving lesson in Italy, circa 2010.
This #daddy is the "sexiest man alive EVERY YEAR! Year after year!," according to Ripa.
Again, these are not pictures that Consuelos posted to his page, but were those taken by his wife and lovingly shared on her page for all the world to see.
Going back to the video clip, fans were amused by the People TV interview featuring mother and daughter and sang their praises for the gorgeous duo.
Ripa met Consuelos when he was her co-star on the daytime drama All My Children in 1995.
The two eloped the following year on May 1, which makes 2020 their 24th wedding anniversary.
Ripa has been gushing over him ever since and continues to post sexy photos of her hubby on social media, no matter what Lola thinks.